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I am a Santa Fe dog so never knew there was an ocean! The first day was pretty scary, but soon I made friends on the dog beach and then there was no stopping me. One day there were whales spouting. I loved everything about Santa Barbara and hope we go back. Well, I didn't like was the plane trip. There was an empty…Continue
Posted on May 11, 2013 at 8:44am
The red backpack in the hall is mine! I hope Judith didn't forget to take some toys. We are getting away from the Santa Fe junipers.
I am not sure what junipers are, but maybe that's the reason I'm sneezing.
I can't have any food before a plane trip, but I am so excited I am not the least bit hungry. In a few hours I will be putting my paws in the ocean. What a big adventure.
Posted on April 1, 2013 at 6:37am
It is hard to wake-up in the morning and not find Chutney waiting for me. The house seems empty, but then I find some of her toys and feel better.
Even though I am Judith's service dog, I share my love between her and Philippe. That's easy!
Anyway, I am a very busy dog. I continue to be a "docent" at the Georgia O'Keeffe museum and also go to a lot of restaurants and movies. Although I weigh 57 pounds I can curl-up anywhere and make myself comfortable.
Posted on March 4, 2013 at 8:00am
My dearest friend and companion for three years was put to sleep yesterday. Chutney was 13-and-a-half which may be a good age for a dog, but she was always a puppy to me: following me around, nuzzling, playing outside. But, we never stole each other's food!
Judith, Philippe and I are very, very sad. Soon I hope we will only remember the good times. For now, we are happy that Chutney is not in pain and are sure she is peacefully sleeping in dog heaven.
Posted on February 1, 2013 at 9:34am — 1 Comment